- Sep 2020
Barrett, L. F. (2020, July 8). Opinion | College Courses Online Are Disappointing. Here’s How to Fix Them. The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/08/opinion/college-reopening-online-classes.html
- higher education
- learning experience
- tutorial system
- remote learning
- tuition fee
- Aug 2020
Covid-19 has decimated independent U.S. primary care practices—How should policymakers and payers respond? (2020, July 2). The BMJ. https://blogs.bmj.com/bmj/2020/07/02/covid-19-has-decimated-independent-u-s-primary-care-practices-how-should-policymakers-and-payers-respond/
- fixed budget model
- financial threat
- multi-payer contract
- policy reform
- healthcare system
- fee-for-service reimbursement
- primary care practice
- patient satisfaction
Quinn, A. E., Trachtenberg, A. J., McBrien, K. A., Ogundeji, Y., Souri, S., Manns, L., Rennert-May, E., Ronksley, P., Au, F., Arora, N., Hemmelgarn, B., Tonelli, M., & Manns, B. J. (2020). Impact of payment model on the behaviour of specialist physicians: A systematic review. Health Policy, 124(4), 345–358. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.healthpol.2020.02.007
- Jul 2020
JASP Workshop Goes Online, Fees Reduced. (2020, July 7). JASP - Free and User-Friendly Statistical Software. https://jasp-stats.org/?p=6549
- Dec 2017
fee-for-service payment models to value-based care
- Sep 2013
When, therefore, the layman puts all these things together and observes that the teachers of wisdom and dispensers of happiness are themselves in great want but exact only a small fee from their students, that they are on the watch for contradictions in words(10) but are blind to inconsistencies in deeds, and that, further , they pretend to have knowledge of the future" but are incapable either of saying anything pertinent or of giving any counsel regarding the present, and when he observes that those who follow their judgements are more consistent and more successful4 than those who profess to have exact knowledge, then he has, I think, good reason to contemn such studies and regard them as stuff and nonsense, and not as a true discipline of the soul.
Wow! Is that the longest sentence ever??
When the students observe the sophists living in "great want" (poverty?) but charging little for their services the student recognizes that the sophist is contradictory in nature. When students are more successful than the teachers the teachers are considered to be teaching nonsense.
I disagree, at least from a modern perspective. Isn't a good thing if a student passes a teacher in success. Isn't it possible for a law teacher to teach a student who goes on to become president or a judge?